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ZTE T98 Tablet Shows Off Its Next-Gen NVIDIA Tegra 3 Processor

Chinese manufacturer ZTE showed off their latest 7-inch tablet, the ZTE T98 at the CES (China International Exhibition Center) expo in Beijing. The T98 features Android 3.2 Honeycomb and the new NVIDIA Tegra 3 (Quad-core) chipset clocked at 1.5GHz, being the first tablet to do so. The tablet also sports 1GB of RAM, 16GB of storage, a front (2MP) and rear camera (5MP) that can shoot 1080p HD video and with an extremely small 4000mAh battery.

Oddly enough, the T98 comes with 3G GSM radios and does not include 4G of any sort, nor does it contain an NFC chip. The benchmarks are also extremely lackluster when you consider the specs, lets just assume that it is because the software has not yet been optimized for quad-core devices. At this time there is no information regarding availability or pricing. 

Via: PocketDroid

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  • Abs

    Off topic but am I supposed to see comments on the DL app ? o I need to click something? Thanks.

    • babadush

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  • http://twitter.com/James_C_L James C. L.

    Weak sauce battery

  • Matthew Snider

    is it just me or do the rest of you feel like you are supposed to have a tmobile phone now?  These ads are invasive

    • J Dub

      No, but I do wonder what they are paying for ad space on a site dedicated to basically VZW Android phones. 

      • KevinC

        To pull people over to their service?  49.99 unlimited everything is a whole lot cheaper than verizon’s service

        • Droid

          Yep, I considered switching…especially with the NFC enabled HTC Amaze just announced and the SGSII. I’d be happy with their 4G speeds, especially at $100 for 2 lines…

  • J Dub

    I am going with the benchmark apps not being optimized for quad core. You can see in the one that it is just under the GS2. This sorta leads me to believe that they are only benching on 2 cores. I am really more interested in what the battery life is going to be on Kal-El more than pure benchmarks. We have already seen what it should be capable to do as far as gaming goes. 

  • http://twitter.com/PilotBlueMike Mike Sullivan

    android-life?

  • Anonymous

    If I was snapping the pic I would have at least tried to wipe it off with my T shirt lol! But hey its better than nothing… quad core is old news when does octa-core come out?

  • pezjono

    It looks like a pubescent teen wiped it’s greasy face with this thing!

  • tjmonkey15

    Is the sticker included or do you have to pay extra for it?  It might hinder picture performance.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Michael-Forte/542650247 Michael Forte

    Why do they always insist on taking pictures after it looks like they fondled the tablet with fried chicken covered fingers?

    • Anonymous

      It does kinda look like someone just used it as a napkin. Maybe it has the new Napkin app downloaded on it ;-).

  • Tommy Thompson

    In pic #2 doesn’t it show its clocked at 1.3, not 1.5?

    • Keith Sumner

      Correct. Max clock is 1.3, not 1.5.

    • http://profiles.google.com/gonnadie4thegov Jeremy Wray

      Correct, this device runs at 1.3ghz but Nividia have stated that the normal clock speed for the Tegra 3 will be 1.5ghz